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Ayinger Lager Helles Lager

Ayinger Lager Hell is the typical every day drink in Bavaria. Together with wheat beer this Muenchener Hell style is the most famous beer style in the Bavarian south. As people in Bavaria are very demanding as far as their daily drink is concerned the brewers are very aware of the necessity to brew a yellow-golden beer with a light malt taste. It is crisp, smooth and mellow. A perfectly balanced taste and aroma. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 4.9% Bottle – 33cl

Cigar City Florida Cracker, Belgian-Style White Ale

Citrus aromas of oranges and lime leaves mingle with bubblegum and dried flowers on the nose of this hazy and refreshing Belgian-style White Ale. High carbonation and herbaceous bitterness quench the thirst while lemon-lime esters and flavors of Valencia orange add unique depth of flavor and complexity. Country – USA Alcohol by volume – 5.5% Bottle – 33cl

Cigar City Maduro, Brown Ale

Maduro is a Northern English-style Brown Ale with some American affectations. Higher in alcohol than the common English Brown Ale, the beer features flaked oats in the malt bill which imparts a silky body and works to mesh its roasted, toasted and chocolate components together. The end result is a remarkably full-flavored yet approachable Brown Ale that pairs well with mild to medium cigars. Country – USA Alcohol by volume – 5.5% Bottle – 33cl

Firestone Walker Fly Jack, Hazy IPA

Everything you want from a hazy IPA with nothing to weigh you down. Citrus, hazy, crisp. This is Flyjack, Firestone Walker's new 96-calorie beer. Maximum flavour, minimal calories, no compromises. Country – USA Alcohol by volume – 4% Bottle – 33cl

Flensburger Gold, Dortmunder

A pale golden beer brewed like a pils with a good head, a full, soft and fresh taste and a pleasantly light yeasty bouquet. Country – Germany Alcohol by volume – 4.8% Bottle – 33cl

Little Creatures Pale Ale

Bag loads of whole hop flowers thrown in throughout the brewing process providing intense citrus and stone fruit characters carefully balanced with speciality malts and a local pale malt. It’s a beer that's ultimately refreshing with a distinct bitterness that leaves the palate craving for more. Country – Australia Alcohol by volume – 5.2% Bottle – 33cl

Maredsous Abbey Blonde Ale

Considered to be amongst the best of abbey beers, Maredsous is clean tasting, very drinkable and the authentic beer of the Abbey of Maredsous in the Belgian Ardennes. A delectable Blonde ale with sprightly fruitiness, soft malting, and a slightly dry, gently-hopped finish. Country – Belgium Alcohol by volume – 6% Bottle – 33cl

Moinette Blonde 24x33cl NRB Blonde Ale

Moinette blond is a coppery blond beer with aromas of fine hops and is very thirst-quenching, with a great balance between mellow, bitter and fruity flavours. Country – Belgium Alcohol by volume – 8.5% Bottle – 33cl

Moinette Brune

Made from four special malts, this light dark brown Abbey beer is bottle conditioned. Country – Belgium Alcohol by volume – 8.5% Bottle – 33cl

Orval Trappist Ale

Trappist Cistercian monks of the Brasserie d'Orval produce only one beer, distictive in it's skittle shaped bottle. Orval is a very dry, herby beer which is ideal as an aperitif and characterised by a bouquet of fresh hops, with a fruity note and pronounced bitterness. Country – Belgium Alcohol by volume – 6.2% Bottle – 33cl

Rodenbach Gran Cru Flanders Red Ale

This is an aged Belgian red ale, which is ripened quietly in oak barrels for two years, according to the label. It has an extremely pungent aroma of rich grapey fruit, with acidic notes, very much like a slightly sour red wine or possibly a gueuze. In the mouth it is slightly sweet, extremely acidic and fruity, with grapes and even cherries discernible, and very lively. Despite the sweetness it is not at all cloying, even thin, with little or no trace of malt. Finish is sharp and fruity. Country – Belgium Alcohol by volume – 6% Bottle – 33cl

Saison Dupont (Classic)

The creation of the Saison Dupont Cuve Dry Hopping goes back to 2010. It is a blond beer, top fermented and just as the traditional Saison Dupont with refermentation in the bottle. The specialty of this Saison is the dry hopping. A real refermentation in the bottle, which can go on for a long time in your cellar, results in a complex and very aromatic beer. Country – Belgium Alcohol by volume – 6.5% Bottle – 33cl